When reading attorney disciplinary reports I am often surprised at just how stupid some people can be. You would think that the threat of losing that hard earned license to practice would be a deterrent to bad behavior. Not so much as you can see here:
A disciplinary referee is recommending immediate disbarment for a suspended Orlando, Florida, lawyer accused of ramming her car into a rented vehicle on her ex-husband’s driveway, breaking his girlfriend’s car windows and spitting on police.
such a wonderful number, 3 legged races, 3 sides to a triangle, 3rd stimulus check!!!
In our case, 3 is the number of volunteers we need for a mini-Blitz! A blitz is an opportunity to work alongside pro bono attorneys as they draft responses to questions asked by the public.
The Lexington County Bar is holding such a blitz on June 17th from 3-5.
You could be one of the 3 volunteer law students for this project, just sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445a8a82ea1fc1-lexington
… there is entire branch of science that studies motivation? This article from a TED Talk explains the different theories. Enjoy and figure out what motivates you to work
The 3 things that keep people feeling motivated at work
…a good chuckle or a full-blown belly laugh helps reduce stress and causes you to think positively! If you need a good laugh check out the selection of cartoons posted on the bulletin board in the hall next to the Pro Bono Program office ( Room 386). There is something for everyone!
We are pleased to announce the selection of our 2021-22 Pro Bono Program Board and officers. These amazing students will help lead the program as we enter our 32nd year of making a difference.